Drinking and Typing at America's Oldest Press Club


 Sometimes beer is a muse, sometimes it’s just a beverage. On April 27th, find out at an evening of typing fueled by craft brews from the U.S., Italy and Germany–with typewriters from those same countries.  We’ll also have a great beer-tasting, hosting the the Philadelphia Daily News’ Beer Reporter, Joe Sixpack.  $15 covers the tasting and some tasty snacks–bring a working manual typewriter and it’s just $10.  (we’ll provide nice stationery, stamped envelopes and a  copy of “The Writer’s Sidekick” — a hard-boiled thesaurus cooked up behind prison walls!)


Filed under manual typewriter, Olivetti Lettera 32, Olympia SM9, Philadelphia Daily News, Remington typewriter, Type-IN

2 responses to “

  1. Bill M

    Sounds like fun. Too bad C.Schmidt & Sons is no more. But up the Schuylkill we still have Yuengling. Ok, neither one are craft beers.
    Have a great time and a few!

  2. A splendid time was had by all:

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